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HOGANSVIIAE HOME NEWS - TttURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2002 PAGE 5-A 2002 Miss West Pageant practices are The pageant will May 4. The prac- for each age ) are as follows: (ages 15 - Wednesdays - 5:00 p.m. [637-4436) Miss Contestants 12 - 14) - Saturdays - 3:00 - IAnda Ayers (637-5455) Miss Contestants 9 11) - Mondays - 6:00 Gaddy (657-8997) Miss Contestants 6 - 8) - Thursdays - 7:00 - Loft Drake (637-9930) Miss Contestants 4 - S) - Tuesdays - 6:00 - Janie Dollar (637-4918) Miss (ages 2 - 3) - 6:00 p.m. - - Elaine Tots (ages 13- 23 AND Adorable Miss please call Arnold at 637-4436 2S baked french fries, fruit, of milk. 26 soup, md jelly sand- saltines, orange half, of milk. 27 tenders, scal- Potatoes, seasoned beans, school baked of milk 28 cole slaw, fries, pickle spear, of milk 29 Choice. IMPORTAWr ROLES - Program presenters, left to right, Dean Larson, Nancy Larson, TREA President Ralph Johnson, Mary" Long, candidate for GREA president-elect, Dean Long, Emma Bridges and GREA Area IX Director Joan Dickson. Classy Luncheon Troup Retired Educators Get of State Convention The Troup Retired Educators Association met Thursday, February 28 at the Highland Country Club in LaGrange for the regularly sched- uled luncheon meeting. President Ralph Johnson convened the meet- ing. Following the greetings, prayer and pledge to the flag, a variety musi- cal program was presented by Mrs. Nancy and Mr. Dean Larson of the LaGrange Dulcimer Troupers. Mrs. Joan Dickson, GREA - Area IX Director, gave updates on the state association, outlined challenges for TREA to pursue during the coming year, and announced highlights and issues to be considered during the state convention in Macon on May 7- . Ms. Mary Long of Lawrenceville spoke on her candidacy for the office of president-elect for 2002-2003 of the state organization (GREA). The 2002-2003 slate of new offi- cers for TREA to be elected was pre- sented by Algie Parker, Chairperson of the Nominating Committee: First Vice President and Chairperson for Programs - Mike Moncus; Recording Secretary - Mrs. Cheris English; and Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Annie Lucille Greene. These officers will be voted on at the March meet- ing, installed during the April meet- ing and assume responsibilities dur- ing the May meeting. Mrs. Helen Rowe, Chairperson for Necrology, reported the follow- ing deceased retired educators since the last meeting: Mrs. Alice Beign, Ms. Mary Elizabeth Dix, Mrs. Louise Lynch, Mrs. Mary Clyde Robinson, Mrs. Lois Camp, Mrs. Joyce Smith, E.T. Evans, Jr., B. Jack Smith, George Kinzy, and Mrs. Mary Rose Goss. Condolences were extended to TREA members who had lost family mem- bers. A welcome was extended to newest member, Mrs. Sue Johnson while a welcome back was extended Mrs. Mamye Shackelford and Ms. Mildred Walker who are returning after illness. remember: Press Miler, Lucile Wilson, and Mrs. Wayne Pauline Powers, Arnold, Mary Gitlespie, Freda Marcellite Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wayne Joy Palmer, Wendy h and Caroline Waldrep. Week was last Thursday night, they had a pro- that began at the church by Miller; a $6 ham- at Mr. and Mrs. Ken : assisted by Mr. and chili Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee's, assisted by Lynn Campbell and desserts at Rex,. and Mrs. Harold Willis'. And on Saturday night,. March 16, they had salad by Mrs. Jean Miller and-a pizza party at the church. Youth Sunday was March 17. Worship With The Word: Alyson Lee (Psalm 34: 11-16). Youth Director Beth Maxwell told about the Youth program of our church, activities they did during this past week's Youth Week and presented a framed photo of the youth made at the respective homes at the progressive suppen Darrell Mayo gave the Sunday School report, Kendra Palmer gave a testi- men% Janice Coleman read the missions emphasis, and Stuart Lee prayed the offer- tory prayer. Ushers were Stuart Lee, San Fuller, Darrell Mayo and Carlos Whatley. The,Youth riffled the choir and their special music was "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms." Rex,. Jerry I_ssetter brought the morning message on "Youth Unity" (1 Corinthians 12:14). Mrs. Myriam Turbyfield was honored with a reception after church Sunday night. March 24 is March for Millions at 11 a.m. and that night at 7 p.m. is the video, '"true Easter Story." Holy Week Services are at' our church March 27-29 at 7 p.m. The Thursday service 11 also be Communion. Easter lilies will once again be placed in our church in honor of or in memory of and this year will cost $4. CcaU the church office at 637- 8731 and place your order by this Friday, March 22. Women met of Leslie Pike on March llth. Alma Wood welcomed the with poem, The Secret of Life. Participating in the meeting Gayla Jones, Lillie en Mote, Nancy Newsome, Leslie Rogers, Helen Thrash, Mae Mma Wood, all of Mountville, and )f Moreland. group was reminded of the Easter in the church sanctuary for Easter Sundays. were made for the Easter Sunrise the MounWille Cemetery, following at the Mountville Church. Regular Easter will be at the Mountville United at 11 a.m. were extended to members who food for the family of Mr. Bobby of Secretary Mote and Treasurer 5 volunteered to work at Closet during the remainder of an extra mission project, the women to prepare "Health ts" for t people in distressed parts of the m part of an effort by the Methodist Committee on Gayla Jones volunteered to bring var- hygiene items to the where the women will assem- Packages to be mailed too the W'--r distributio As a local project, it was decided the soci- ety would collect school supplies for Laura Perry to take on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic in June. Plans for this year's Vacation Bible School were discussed. This year's theme will be "God's Great Gallery." The date for VBS will be June 1st. The program was turned over to Marry Wagner. In the spirit Of the Easter season she presented a program called "God's Peace: Shalom." She explained the word "shalom" means 'eace." Many women are courageous seekers of shalom/peace. Attention was focused on a table prepared by Marty, which included a butterfly, and a cross. These represented rebirth, transforma- tion, and new life. The scripture included Luke 24:I-12, the Resurrection. These verses describe the Resurrection through the eyes of three coura- get}us women who were the last to leave the cross, and the first to arrive at an empty tomb and witness the Resurrection. Throughout the program, Marty played the guitar and sang verses of the SOng, "He Arose." Assisting in the program were Gayla Jones, Nancy Newsome, and Leslie Pike, who played the roles of Mary Magdalene, Jomam. and Mary, the mother of James. Wagner closed the program with the prayer "The Ascension?' President Wood adjourned the meeting. Leslie Pike served refreshments to the group. Announcement was made that the next meeting will be on April 15th at the home of Clara Andrews. l 527 New Fmnldin Rd, 884-6048 I ? at  mN m Support Youth Sports I[:Ji :F71 a:l=t00l St, James United Methodist Church .... WANT TO' WORK FOR A FACILITY THAT KNOWS HOW IMPORTANT YOU ARE? If your answer is yes, then Oak View is the place for you! We are currently accepting applications for: CNA's FT & PT 3-11p Our CNA's are members of the National Association of Geriatric Nursing Assistants. We offer great pay and benefits to include shift dif- ferentiat, health, dental, and life insurance, a prescription card, retirement plan, scholarships, and more! You can apply at: OAK VIEW HOME 119 Oakview Street Waverly Hall, GA 706-582-2117 In Loving Memory and Happy Birthday "Bea" Bessie Brown March 4,1913 to March 19, 2001 One year ago God took the most perfect gift from us. He took you, we know God knew best; he had given you to us for 89 years to love and cherish. But, he needed another angel in heav- en and he took you home. I know you are having a great time with Jesus, your mother, your father and all your loved ones. We know we will see you again when our race is done on earth. Your loved ones on earth love yod and miss you more every day. There is so much that we remember, touch and  kw, embrace. We think of you every day and we appreciate all you have done for us while you were here with us. I miss and think of more when I want a good hot pan of .biscuits. That no one can make me a biscuit like my Bea's. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BEA. WE LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU MUCH. Your Family Written by Michael Bailey The heart of a fighter. The love of a saint. She was the one that always had faith. The strength of a family relying on her. But somehow the task was never too tough. Through the good times and bad the happy and the sad withoul a regret she continued her quest. As a mother, a grandmother, a great-grandmother and although short lived a great-great-grandmother too. She held her head high just as all angels do. She did so much and it's really quite clear, without her our family would certainly not be here. She taught us all wrong from right and if she ouldn'L her switch sure tried. We all remember her now as then wrapped up in a sweater on her front porch swing. Or making a hot pan of biscuits to keep everyone fed. She's loved and missed and always will be the greatest, the best of the best an angel from Heaven who made our lives BLESSED. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE HEART OF OUR FAMILYlt! WE ALL LOVE YOU MUCH, "BEA." Your Family Written by Bridgette Chapman